Ten places behind ABC for fourth consecutive week with 9.8% share

Ten has placed fourth behind Seven, Nine and the ABC for the fourth consecutive week since the official ratings period returned after Easter.

OzTAM’s figures show Ten had a 9.8% share for the week, its joint lowest figure since the Easter break. Since the return of the official ratings period, Ten has secured a 9.8% weekly audience share, a 10.1% audience share and an 11.0% audience share.

Ten’s share is below 10% again

Seven won the week with a 23.0% share, ahead of Nine, which was on 19.4%. ABC had 11.3% and SBS had 5.3%.

Once the networks’ multi-channel offerings were added to the mix, Seven had 33.5% of the audience. Nine Network remained in second place on 28.2%, while ABC had 16.0%. Ten was still in fourth with 14.7%, while SBS had 7.5%.

The best-performing multi-channel was 9Go with 3.8% of the audience.

My Kitchen Rules on Seven dominated the most-watched for the week, taking out five of the top 10 spots. The only other non-news program to make the top 10 was The Voice on Nine, which placed fifth thanks to an audience of 1.11m.

Despite a poor overall performance, Ten’s highlight was in the 16-39s demographic, where Bachelor in Paradise edged out My Kitchen Rules as the most-watched program.

The following table was prepared by Nine based on OzTAM data. It includes only the commercial networks, omitting ABC and SBS channels:


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